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The best kept secret in music


"Has hits and aspirations in spades."

**** "We want hits, and aspirations, and this band of Montreal-to-Toronto fugees have them in spades." - Montreal Gazette

"Crazy for Mobile"

"... Young girls will soon be going apeshit for Montreal rockers
Mobile." - Chart

"Clever Edgy and Authentic"

"Mobile is clever, edgy and authentic... They've ratcheted up the intrigue factor with sweeping, mountain-sized
layers of sound."
- Vancouver Sun

"Sounds Great!"

"Between all the spiky guitars and disco-rock grooves, the throbbing new wave synths and pop melodies, the moody vocals and giant choruses, tracks like Out of My Head and Montreal Calling will sound great shuffling in your iPod next to The Killers, Franz Ferdinand and Hot Hot Heat." - The Sun


Tomorrow Starts Today (Universal Music Group 2006)
Tomorrow Starts Today (The Militia Group/RED 2007)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Mobile is a five piece band fronted by Mat Joly with Christian Brais on keyboard and guitars, Frank Williamson on guitars, Dominic Viola on bass and Pierre-Marc Hamelin on drums. Originally from Montreal, the band moved to Toronto and in less than a year signed with Universal Music Group and released their debut LP 'Tomorrow Starts Today'. The band has built up an impressive fanbase through extensive live touring, hit radio singles, music videos and video game soundtracks (EA Sports NHL '07 and FIFA '07). The band's record has exceeded Gold sales in Canada and is en route to platinum.

Mobile has just finished their first set of tours in support of 'Tomorrow Starts Today' both in North America with Simple Plan and Three Days Grace and in Europe with the All American Rejects and at the Winterthur festival in Switzerland with the Free & Virgin Group. The group is now looking forward to Tomorrow Starts Today's American release, July 24th, 2007 through The Militia Group/RED.